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... bars - check 3. Shops selling tourist **** - check 4. Pizza and burger restaurants galore - check 5. Loud, tanned people with great bodies and bad tattoos - check check Saying this, Kuta has not lost it's Indonesian charm. For starters there are the temples wedged between shops in the high street with their chunky thatched roofs, strange gargoyle-esque statues and distinctive doorways ...
... He said it was the best massage for him too! Then we went to the beach and Lucy, Lynita and I drank Bintangs while Ryan and Tom went in the water. Ryan got a bodyboard and Tom got a surfboard. The waves were rough and they did not manage to catch many waves but had a lot of fun. They were really hard to see with the glare from the setting sun so we were watching other people surfing for ages thinking it was ...
... staying at an incredible place called iu, a resort built on the Benin Beach cliff top; looking over the famous surf break of Impossibles. The French man who owned it was sponsoring the keynote speakers, so 3 of us were staying in his personal area of the resort. I had my own little bungalow, with an adjacent outside bathroom. In front is a little bridge over the lap pool. I didn't get much time to hang out there but it was lovely to swim in ...
Normally at this time of year we would be running around like the proverbial 'blue bottomed' fly.
Trying to visit every man and his dog in the last two weeks leading up to Christmas is no mean feat not to mention squeezing in shopping around the working week and avoiding the noro virus like the plague...gosh, I’m, exhausted even just thinking about it!
No, this year was a year to please ourselves and ourselves only ...
... middle two days, I had my own private tours, having a car and driver to myself, mostly because it cost about the same as the hundreds of organized tours. But this way, I had maximum control going to many of the same places at a pace that suited me. Each day, I went to a mix of temples, beauty spots, and other interesting sites, including Mt Batur, an active volcano and its lava field. Would have liked to climb it, but no point because of ...